Australia

Business Dress Code in Australia

In corporate Australia, standard business dress is still very much the norm.

Dark suits and ties are the standard dress for management level businessmen with women wearing business suits with either skirts or trousers. (More informal attire is often preferred if doing work outside the major cities.)

Remember that, for much of the year, Australia is a very hot country – so make sure that your clothing is lightweight and cool during those periods.

Try to avoid excessive jewellery and accessories which may be viewed as too flashy and therefore unprofessional.


Author

This country-specific business culture profile was written by Keith Warburton who is the founder of the cultural awareness training consultancy Global Business Culture

Global Business culture is a leading training provider in the fields of cross-cultural communication and global virtual team working.  We provide training to global corporations in live classroom-based formats, through webinars and also through our cultural awareness digital learning hub, Global Business Compass.

This World Business Culture profile is designed as an introduction to business culture in Australia only and a more detailed understanding needs a more in-depth exploration which we can provide through our training and consultancy services.

Country Breakdown

24.13

Million

Population

$

Australian Dollar

Currency

$ 1.205

Trillion

GDP

7.692

Million

km2

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